AT&T delivers $20,000 grant to Oak Hill Collaborative

YOUNGSTOWN — The AT&T Foundation has awarded a $20,000 grant to Oak Hill Collaborative, a nonprofit organization focused on community revitalization and workforce development in the Mahoning Valley. This grant will enable OHC to provide computer education classes and workshops for students, unemployed or underemployed adults and seniors.

In addition to this grant, AT&T Ohio will partner with OHC to offer a digital literacy workshop to help parents, caregivers and families use computers and mobile devices, navigate the internet and commonly used apps, and participate safely and responsibly in today’s digital world. The workshop is based on a curated series of digital literacy courses offered by AT&T.


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